About the Talk (slides)
The talk will cover two initial set of standards: ISO/IEC 9126: Software engineering – Product quality (Parts 1-4: quality model and metrics) and ISO/IEC 14598: Software product evaluation (Parts 1-6). New set of standards (under development) ISO/IEC 25000: Software Engineering – Software product Quality Requirements and Evaluation (SQuaRE) will be presented too.
We will (hopefully!) talk/discuss some aspects of using these standards:
- Do we really need them?
- Do we really use them?
- Why no? Why yes? Problems and obstacles/benefits, when, how much it costs, examples, best practices,…
About the Speaker
Valentina Kirinić, PhD (in information science), is an Assistant Professor at the Department of Information Systems Development, University of Zagreb, Faculty of Organization and Informatics in Varaždin. After 5 years of experience in industry in the fields of information systems and information technology she started to work at the Faculty where she teaches information retrieval and classification, digital publishing, and software quality courses. Her recent research has focused, besides information literacy and ICT in education, on web/software quality: web usability and accessibility and software product quality models and metrics.